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The Nürnberg case, as presented by Robert H. Jackson, chief of counsel for the United States, together with other documents.

; Mazal Holocaust Collection ; International Military Tribunal
1st ed.. New York, A.A. Knopf, 1947.
ISBN 9780815404033, 0815404034

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Other Authors International Military Tribunal.
Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Subjects Germany.
Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946.
Description xviii, 268 pages illustrations, plates, portraits 22 cm
Copyright Date 1947.
Contents Report to the President of the United States, June 7, 1945.--Four-Power agreement for trials and Charter of International Military Tribunal, August 8, 1945.--Opening statement for the United States, November 21, 1945.--The law under which Nazi organizations are accused of being criminal, argument by Robert H. Jackson, February 28, 1946.--Closing address, July 26, 1946.--Excerpts from cross-examination of defendants Hermann Göring, Hjalmar Schacht, Albert Speer, Erhard Milch.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1287057
(OCoLC)ocm01287057
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WorldCat Identities Jackson, Robert H., 1892-1954.
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